Japan: 21 year old girl sends hundreds of sensitive photo messages to a 70 year old grandmother |  World

Japan: 21 year old girl sends hundreds of sensitive photo messages to a 70 year old grandmother | World


On February 10, the Nara city police (Japan) interviewed a 21-year-old female suspect who worked at a restaurant from spring 2019 to around February 2020.

The young girl was accused of violating the Stalker Control Act, for allegedly having a crush on her former colleague – a woman around 70 years old.

The victim handed over 293 phone messages to the police with the suspects’ nudity and other obscene content attached.

The messages were sent between September 23 and October 15, which is an average of about 13 messages per day.

During the temporary break, the young female suspect told police: “I still like her. I send so many texts because I like the feeling of pampering her. “

“My mother didn’t show me much affection when I was growing up,” said this girl. But (victim – PV) taught me very nicely, and I gradually like her. “

The female suspect was accused of stalking, showing that her love has not been reciprocated.

In fact, the victim also contacted police in the spring of 2020 to report receiving a nudity. The police then warned the suspect by phone.

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According to Japan Today

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